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The Tomb of Emperor Nintoku (Daisen Kofun)

A distinct keyhole-shaped burial mound that's considered the largest in the world. Exactly who’s buried here, however, is a bit of a mystery.

Kintaikyo Bridge

One of the most iconic bridges in Japan that's surroundings cater to your sweet tooth.

Ushiku Daibutsu (Buddha)

The tallest standing Buddha statue in Japan is hiding more than a few secrets.

Mishima Skywalk

Walk on the wobbly side to get a whole new view of Mount Fuji.

Genbaku Dome (A-Bomb Dome)

In its resilience, it stands as a reminder of war’s devastation.

Lake Tazawa

Legends accompany Japan’s deepest lake.

Hiroshima Peace Pagoda

A prayer for everlasting world peace nestled in the hills of Hiroshima.

Odori Park

The coolest park in Sapporo, even when there's no snow!

Sapporo Clock Tower

Sapporo's symbolic landmark straight from the American mid-west.

Rainbow Bridge

The now iconic Rainbow Bridge was built to be a symbol of Tokyo, but who’d have thought it would do its job so well?

See the impressive stone Buddha at Kotukuin temple., Kamakura

Kamakura Daibutsu (Great Buddha)

If size matters, Kamakura’s bronze-cast idol proves that bigger is better.